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. >> geraldo: the state has introduced these statements that casey anthony made. it does not appear as if she received her miranda warnings against self-incrimination. do you believe that the state in presenting the case to zealously has planted the seeds for a rehe versal upon appeal? >> i think so. any lawyer hearing the actual entare gaition and how rough and tough it was may say that the state may very well have given her a gift and maybe her only gift in this trial a point on appellate reversal. she was being interrogated harshly and the focus of the interrogation and if she wasn't mirandaizeed she has a strong case on appeal. >> no doubt casey anthony lied to the cop. there is a chance america's most hated woman would win a reversal of the only thing she was convicted of lying to the cops. the state argues she wasn't really in custody so there was no county tubessal requirement that she get mir -- constitutional requirement that she get miranda warnings. >> i got a bridge to sell you in brooklyn. i think it is ridiculous they are claiming that. there is no reason for them not to have mi
the headlines, but it sounds a lot like casey anthony. >> right. >> but also i guess an oklahoma case, you borrowed. >> i did. a lot of people didn't focus on the aftermath of the casey anthony trial and that's what "blood money" taps into, the outrage, anger, and in some cases threats and violence that ensued after this really unpopular verdict. which sort of reached a fever pitch, 1,000 miles away from the courthouse in oklahoma when a young woman named sammy blackwell who actually does look surprisingly like casey anthony, was followed from a gas station, run off the road. her pickup truck flipped over two-and-a-half times. the woman who ran her off the road came out, not to help her, but to finish her off and sammy survived, only because she had the presence of mind to pretend she was dead. and -- but i think that's -- and there's a larger context to this, obviously. but that was sort of the -- one of the key events that made me realize, this is news worthy stuff. the kind of stuff that would make an exciting premise for a novel. and that is the premise. >> so what's next? >> you know,
as treasury secretary. fox news confirming president obama is choosing jack lew. casey anthony lawyers will appeal today. anthony was found guilty of lying to detectives. >>steve: you might have said you liked it when you got it, but what do you do with all those christmas presents if you didn't really like them and don't really need them? don't feel bad because roughly 10% to 15 partly cloudy of all christmas gifts are taken back or exchanged. that adds up to nearly $88 billion worth of things. how can you turn your unwanted gifts into cash? we are joined by an expert, sandra smith. good morning to you. >> good morning. >>steve: for one reason or another we get stuff for christmas maybe we don't need. we've got four of those already. you've got a way you can make some money. >> you can open a closet and dedicate it to all those unwanted christmas gifts and use them throughout the year. maybe you get candles and soaps you may not want. however you may be going to a dinner party later in the year -- >>steve: you're talking about regifting. >> while it's not immediate cash in your pocket
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